ADAPT (version 5.0.042) now supports the Intel Fortran Composer 2011 (Intel’s current version of its Fortran Compiler) on both 32 and 64bit processors.
Archive for 2011
Bugs Fixes: None. Models modifications: Internals: All models are generated using SBML and incorporated in EONS New numerical methods significantly decrease computation time (Heun-Euler, RKF and BDF2TRAP variable step methods) Simplified presynaptic calcium diffusion available Neurotransmitter diffusion based on Savtchenko paper (faster than 2D convolution) Code cleanup: A lot of cleanup in the main interface classes. Enhancements: Significant reduction in memory usage Significant speed improvement Anti-aliasing used by default (after detection of the client OS and the determination of the appropriate font to use) One can now save the results in Matlab format Interface cleaned up a bit
New Version of EONS < a href="http://18.104.22.168:8080/login.html">v1.1.3. Significant speed improvements, GABA feed-forward, etc… (see history for release notes)
To run ADAPT with either the Evaluation or Student versions of one of the Intel Fortran Compilers, you must use the version of the Intel Fortran Composer 2011 with the Microsoft Visual Studio Shell installed separately. The MVS Shell is freely available: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=115. The order of the installation is: MVS Shell, Intel Fortran Compiler, ADAPT 5.